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Featuring a reunion of the 1970's MILES DAVIS BAND, Michael Henderson, Ndugu Chancelor, Barry Finnerty, Sonny Fortune, Badal Roy, Michael Wolff. SONGS: Black Satin, New York Girl, Philly Bb Funk


Table of Contents

1. CD Review/Preview: Miracles: Love Machine, the 70's Collection
2. Concert Review: George Clinton and the P-Funk All-Stars (In Pittsburgh)

3. CD Review: Living Colour - Collideoscope
4. Backtracking: Bubblegum Funk (J5, Stairsteps, Frankie Lymon, etc.)
5. Concert Review: Shelley Nichole's blaKbüshe & Natural Selection in Philly

6. Announcement: New Soul-Patrol Sponsors
7. Upcoming Show: Legendary Escorts Come To Jamaica, Queens!
6. RIP April Keels

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1. CD Review/Preview: Miracles: Love Machine, the 70's Collection


Miracles: Love Machine, the 70's CollectionMIRACLES: I LOVE YOU SECRETLY
Take a listen via Soul-Patrol.Net radio....
http://www.soul-patrol.net/mir_70.ram

With Billy Griffin on lead - Written and Produced by Marvin Gaye
(But in reality CREATED BY GOD)
http://www.soul-patrol.net/mir_70.ram

It's truly one of the most beautiful love songs I have ever heard.
http://www.soul-patrol.net/mir_70.ram
Ranks right up there with: "I Only Have Eyes For You" - Flamingos

Here are some of the words from the THREE VERSIONS that you will hear on this broadcast Along with a few other 70's Miracles songs taken from the brand new "Miracles: Love Machine, the 70's collection

I LOVE YOU SECRETLY - MIRACLES (Renaissance Version)
http://www.soul-patrol.net/mir_70.ram

"I love you madly, oh yes i do
Sadly, try to understand,
I'm a man who is possessed by loneliness"

"Oh, I'm in love, oh I'm in love to stay,
yes I'm in love in every way"

"When we meet I feel guilty
For I want for you To long for me"

MY LAST CHANCE - MARVIN GAYE (demo version)
http://www.soul-patrol.net/mir_70.ram

Ahhhhhhhhhhhh
Oh Ahhhhhhhhhhh
:::::::::whew::::::::

"I think this is my last chance"
Ohhhh baby, may I have this dance?
I've been waiting all night for the song to be right"

"This is my last chance To get close to you
Baby, I'm so nervous Girl, but I've got to try
Girl, please come and dance with me
Real close to me..."
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HAVE YOU EVER BEEN IN LOVE WITH SOMEONE
(And been afraid they didn't love you back?)


Then this song should be on your hit parade
Go ahead and take a listen
http://www.soul-patrol.net/mir_70.ram

--Bob Davis

2. Concert Review: George Clinton and the P-Funk All-Stars (In Pittsburgh)


George Clinton and the P-Funk All StarsI admit...I was late getting there (or was I?) about 10:30 but when I walked into the show I heard a chorus echoing...."Somethin's Stankin' In Here!".

It was stankin'. The bomb, the funk, uncut funk...and mo. George Clinton and the P-Funk All Stars had landed the mothership at Mr. Smalls, a new venue in Milvale, PA.
They played to about 12:45AM, with folks entering and exiting the stage, changing costumes, switching instruments, and a whole lot of shakin'...goin' on.
I
was surprised to see fellow Soul Patroller Bernie Worell, "The Wizard of Woo" on hand doing his thing.
I went back stage later and introduced myself. We hugged each other like long lost brothers. I have been in contact with Bernie and his wife Judi for about nine years online but I never met him formally until last night. Also on hand was "Kidd Funkadelic", Michael Hampton. We talked about keeping the music strong and influencing those younger and older to Tha Funk.
Mike and I first met each other this past summer at the Soul Patrol East Coast Convention. The Persuaders doing an acapella live version of "Thin Line Between Love And Hate" blew him away like everyone.

George Clinton is George Clinton plain and simple. A few months back I asked folks "What does George do?". I watched him closely as he sang, danced, and interacted with the crowd. George was in rare form directing the All Stars with Bernie giving musical/technical direction on and off the stage.

Jazz, Blues, Doo Wop, Rock, R&B, Experimental Sun Ra type excursions, Gospel, and of course Funk, had the folks at Mr. Smalls begging for more.

Somethin' was stankin'.... and it sure sounded good!

--tha Funkoverlord





3. CD Review: Living Colour - Collideoscope    

Living Colour Okay folks, I finally listened to the entire CD of Living Colour's latest, "Collideoscope" (not Kaleidoscope as I mentioned yesterday. LOL!)

I give it a scale from 1-10 a 8-9. The reason being these guys have not miss a step,from not recording together as a band in 10 years. It's as though they never broke up or went away from their last CD.(which I happen to like, although it was not as successful as their previous CD's) The CD has 15 tracks and it ranges from various forms from hard rock, to grunge, drum & bass, reggae, etc;. Also, there are 2 cover songs on this CD, AC/DC's 'Black in Black" and the Beatles "Tomorrow Never Knows".

This is a CD that is meant to PLAY LOUD! (if your ears can stand it,LOL!)

I'm very thrilled and it was worth the wait. I have a few favorites, but overall, I like the whole CD. Also if I could add, the band is currently on tour with King Crimsom. (If the ticket price wasn't so steep, I would go) I guess I have to wait for them to come to town as a headliner and not a opening act. (Like the show I saw a few summers ago and they ROCKED!)


10 years was well worth the wait! :-)

--Gary Tyson

4. Backtracking: Bubblegum Funk (J5, Stairsteps, Frankie Lymon, etc.) 


Stairsteps

Few people know that the Jackson 5 were not the first young group of family singers consisting of young singers. I guess most folk compare because of the age and relation.

Actually, do wop singers from the 50s were actually very young themselves. Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers, Little Anthony and the Imperials, Chantels, all were very young. Frankie Lymon, probably was the first Michael Jackson in that He could Hold his own with or with out his back up singers. I felt Frankie had the Best voice far surpassing Michael or any of the Burke brothers. If there is any doubt, one may want to search the Frankie Lymon catalog and view the Heap of material he recorded with as well as without his group. Unfortunately, as with some many young singers, drugs claimed Many a talent singer, from Billie Holiday to one of the Drifters Best Lead Singers-Rudy Lewis (On Broadway, Up On the Roof, Please Stay-When My Little Girl is Smiling-Some Kind of Wonderful and many others) Frankie of course still stood way on front of any of his peers....

I liked the Five Stairsteps because of their mysterious sound.
Danger She's a Stranger, was their strangest sound along with Something's Missing. and others. Dear Prudence (a cover of the Beatles that actually sound better then the Beatles was my favorite besides. Danger She's a Stranger)
I disagree with one post saying the Stairsteps were better dancers and singers then the J5 there is no comparison to early Jackson 5 harmony and Stairsteps.
Just listen to the Jackson 5 Third Album, which is the Jackson 5.
Notice I said Jackson 5, not just Micheal.. also a song from the Maybe Tomorrow album called We've Got Blue Skies, which is the Best Harmony the J5 EVER did.....

Still I feel the Stairsteps were overlooked and didn't put out material that STOOD out. I blame poor management. It was also a bad move to put mommy, daddy and little brother in the group, who was No Micheal Jackson either. Still, it was good Grinding music for basement parties..I Love Come back, although I don't remember exactly when it came out, I was pretty young then. Many groups such as the Ponderosa Twins Plus One, Jimmy Briscoe and the Little Beavers, Sylvers, Jackson 5, and many more. But the Stairsteps, Danger She's a Stranger always creeps into my mind when I hear their name mentioned.

--Mitchell Steven




5. Concert Review: Shelley Nichole's blaKbüshe & Natural Selection in Philly

Shelley Nichole's blaKbüshe   This is a short review of an all too short live appearance by Soul-Patrol's own Shelley Nichole's blaKbüshe in Philly at Maggie's Pub.
www.blakbushe.com

Once again, my apologies to Rickey Vincent for the format of this review..


THE MUSIC

Here is the set list from the show as best I can recall...

* Long Train Running (Cover version of the Doobie Brothers FUNK classic)
* No Lye
* Spiritual Revolution
* America's Secret
* Long Train Running (This time a a STANK Blues rendition of the Doobie Brothers Classic)

Shelley's vocals were in fine form on this evening and the band brought home enough FUNK to even make the "yuppies" tap their toes for a little bit :)
Jerome Jordan on guitar was outstanding when he did a bottleneck slide solo during the closing song....
The show starts at about 10:15 pm and ran for about 45 min.

We also got to meet another group from Philly called Natural Selection, who started off with some serious Jazz-Funk, featuring a STANK NASTY singer on Cello and vocals.
I wasn't able to stay for much of Natural Selection's performance, however I did get their CD and I'll be reviewing it later.
Here is what Soul-Patroller, brotha "T-Mad" (who got there late, so we missed each other....lol) wrote in to me about Natural Selection's performance:

"It took too long for me to find parking so I missed most of blakBushe's performance. I did get to enjoy Natural Selection's performance though - they were smoking. The back in the day disco medley was funny and the cellist was funky - you can tell she loves playing the cello....:"

Natural Selection doesn't have a website just yet, but when they get one we will tell you about it...

THE PEOPLE
Maggie's Pub is a small but funky little joint located on Sampson Street between 12th and 13th right where Center City Philadelphia meets Rittenhouse Square.
This is a "yuppie zone" that I usually refer to as "Philly's Silk Stocking District".
Nice crowd of well behaved and cordial yuppies for the most part, with the exception of what
I have referred to in the past as...

"AFROS, CORNROWS & JUST PLAIN OL' NAPPY HEADS.....
or
SOME OF YOUR YOUNGER BROTHAS & SISTAS TURNED OUT JUST FINE"


There are about 50 people in the joint!

THE ONE

This was a good example of artists on the independent tip who are making it work on the real side. Obviously I am slightly biased in my view of this having worked with Shelley Nichole on various projects in the past, but it's always good to see some real unity among folks.

Some of the folks in the crowd...
"AFROS, CORNROWS & JUST PLAIN OL' NAPPY HEADS.....
or
SOME OF YOUR YOUNGER BROTHAS & SISTAS TURNED OUT JUST FINE"


Are people that I know are working very hard to preserve the integrity of both their music and their commitment to the extension of our culture and they put on a display of such that has little to do with music, but has everything to do with the future. It's a well-oiled, organized and efficient cadre of artists, promoters, hairdressers, salespeople and fans that all come together to try and create a music/cultural scene that is un-corrupted by the music industry. They worked the crowd before, during and after the show, gathering up email addresses, selling CD's and exchanging information with a crowd that on the surface they would seem to have little in common with.

Quoting myself (once again)...

I just wanted to let all of you "OL' FUNKATEERS" out there know that...
SOME OF YOUR YOUNGER BROTHAS & SISTAS TURNED OUT JUST FINE....


"Some of them actually paid attention to the messages and the music of the 1970's and REJECTED much of what the world was serving up to them during the 1980's and 1990's. These folks have not only caught that "universal groove" called "FUNK", but they have adopted it as a lifestyle that goes FAR BEYOND MUSIC.
They have incorporated that "universal groove" into a lifestyle where "jazz, blues, rock, soul, gospel and hip hop" all coexist/blend with each other in "perfect harmony"

Of special note is the fact that apparently Natural Selection provided much support and love for Shelley Nichole's blaKbüshe during their weekend in Philly, including a special performance at the home of one of their members and more.
Of course props were given onstage...

When I see things like this happening at a grass roots level it makes me smile.
UNITY is a rare and fragile thing.
When I see people working together in a pro-active manner to actually foster it, then it also becomes something that I want to help foster. Another example of this on display was the pleasant surprise of seeing Achuziam Maha as one of Shelley Nicole's background singers.
Of course some of you will recall Achuziam Maha as being the lead singer of a group called
"Every And AnyThing", www.everyanything.com
whose concert appearance we reviewed in the Soul-Patrol Newsletter , last year:
http://www.soul-patrol.com/newsletter/news1


It's important that we do so.
We are beginning to emerge from a period of negativity in music that has manifested itself in the larger society. Emerging artists like Shelley Nichole's blaKbüshe and Natural Selection (and there are many others, below the radar of KNEE-GRO radio ) are in fact the people who hold the key to the extension of OUR music and culture into the future.

Go out and support these artists when they appear in your city.
People ask me all of the time...

"WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO FUNK"?

Well the answer to that question is often found in small big city nightclubs in under publicized appearances by folks with...

"AFROS, CORNROWS & JUST PLAIN OL' NAPPY HEADS.....
or
SOME OF YOUR YOUNGER BROTHAS & SISTAS TURNED OUT JUST FINE"


--Bob Davis



6. Announcement: New Soul-Patrol Sponsors


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I just wanted to take a moment to announce a few new recent (and returning) sponsors here on Soul-Patrol. All of this has occurred over the last month or so. We are of course talking with some other artists and entities and we will let you know about them as soon as they are ready to come on board.

1. HIP-O/Universal has re-uped with us, and don't they have some OUTSTANDING new releases with the Prince DVD, the Martin Scorsese "Blues" Soundtrack and the American Dreams Soundtrack?
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2. Our friends from the Open Up My Heart Foundation: - Buy the new Dells CD and help aid the 'FORGOTTEN' 9-11 victims
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3. Our good friend, superstar DJ John Rozz's "Sound Spectrum Entertainment"
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4. Universal Chronicles, who have so much good product out right now that we are gonna rotate it, right now we are featuring the NEW Marvin Gaye "I Want You" CD Deluxe and the NEW Donna Summer "Bad Girls", and the new releases from Barry White, Miracles, Temps, P-Funk, Lionel Ritchie, and more...
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**MARVIN GAYE: I WANT YOU (CD DELUXE)
MARVIN GAYE: I WANT YOU (CD DELUXE)
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5. Sonance Records/Children on the Corner, the new CD called "REBIRTH", with a reunion of the Miles Davis 1970's band, featuring longtime Soul-Patroller Michael Henderson
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**CHILDREN ON THE CORNER: REBIRTH
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6. All time great FUNK music SUPERSTARS, SLY STONE and LITTLE SISTER bring their family into the Soul-Patrol family…
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7. And of course Mighty Sam, Rio Soul and Will Wheaton have all re-upped with us recently
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**MIGHTY SAM MCCLAIN: GET HIS NEW CD, ONE MORE BRIDGE TO CROSS
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**WILL WHEATON - Some SERIOUS '3am FUNK' in the tradition of Isaac Hayes, Teddy P, Chuck Jackson, Barry White, poised to challenge the likes of Maxwell, Joe and the rest of today's 'pretenders'...
WILL WHEATON - CONSENTIG ADULTZ
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**RIOSOUL: RHYTHMS OF THE SOUL- New CD Release from the LA Based Soul/Funk band. Think of a combination of Sade, Brand New Heavies, with a splash of New Birth
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As you all know these sponsors are extremely important to Soul-Patrol. Without their support, NONE of what we have here would exist...

There would be
* NO SOUL-PATROL SERVER
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(And I would spend my evenings watching C-SPAN, instead of doing all of this stuff......lol)

Please click on these links and if you like what you see when you get there, not only do I want you to BUY THE PRODUCTS...

BUT ALSO share them with your friends on the Internet.
That is MOST important.
I don't ask yall for much.
But this is one thing that I don't have a problem in asking you to do.

Take this email....
AND FORWARD IT TO AT LEAST 10 PEOPLE THAT YOU KNOW WHO ARE MUSIC LOVERS.
(And ask them to forward it to 10 more...)
SPREAD THE WORD, PUT SOME SKIN IN THE GAME
(I'll repost this from time to time)

Thanks in advance....

Bob Davis

3. Upcoming Show: Legendary Escorts Come To Jamaica, Queens!    

LEGENDARY ESCORTS  Taken from the Soul-Patrol Calendar...

Take advantage of this rare oppurtunity to check out Soul-Patrol's very own, LEGENDARY ESCORTS singing their greatest hits LIVE on stage such as: Look Over Your Shoulder, Ooh Baby, Baby, I'll Be Sweeter and more. Folks these are some of the BADDEST slow jams ever recorded, and you need to check out these LEGENDS whenever the chance arises!
This looks like it should be a very nice event, also including Harold Melvin's Blue Notes along with Blue Magic and NYC area celebraties. If you go be sure and tell the brothas: Reggie, La'Grant and Billy that I said wazup :)
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A Winter White Birthday Show and After Party!!!
Amazura Concert Hall 91-12 144th pl. Jamaica ,Queens 718-298-6760
Sat. Nov. 1st 2003 door open at 8pm show time is at 10pm

Complimentary Buffet-provided by the Rib Shack
Hennessy $5.00 from 9 to 11pm
Advance tix-25.00-$50.00 at the door- no exceptions
Two-$1.00 raffle for a 20"TV
30 and over proper Attire only dress code strictly enforced


Hosted by Vaughn Harper 107.5 WBLS and Lenny Green 98.7 KISSFM
Starring
* Keisha Williams
* Harold Melvin's Blue Notes
* Sharon Page
* The Legendary Escorts
* Blue Magic

Music By DJ Mandusa and special guest DJ Grandmaster Vic

8. RIP April Keels    

April Keels Please join us in extending our condolences to Mr. Baron Keels on the tragic and sudden loss of his beloved wife April. Many of you know Baron as the co-host of the popular 'Mike and Baron: Talking Soul With Songs' program on Soul-Patrol.Net Radio .


'Peace go with you brotha…'
--
Gil Scott Heron






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earthjuice@prodigy.net

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